Posted on March 1, 2013

Following on from his successful London exhibition, leading F1 photographer Darren Heath is the subject of a documentary film by German film maker Mario Muth, which JA on F1 readers can enjoy today. Heath has been at the cutting edge of F1 photography since the 1990s, following in the footsteps of legendary figures like Bernard and Paul Cahier, Michael Tee, Rainer Schlegelmilch and Bernard Asset. He has been involved in JA on F1 right from the outset, at the start of 2009 and has been supplying imagery ever since, including to all four of the sell-out JA on F1 yearbooks More…

Posted on March 1, 2012

Here is something I really hope you enjoy: it’s the first JA on F1 podcast. This is a new content strand for us and we’re really excited about it; at the end of every month we will produce a new podcast with input from the big names in the sport as well as from names you don’t get to hear so often. We aim to give F1 fans a rounded insight into the sport, bringing them closer to the sport and taking into the audio arena what we’ve been doing for years in text. Thanks to our partners at UBS More…

Posted on February 8, 2012

JA on F1′s favourite photographer, Darren Heath, has opened an exhibition of his best 2011 photographs at the Collyer Bristow Gallery in London. The exhibition runs from 6th to 16th February. Darren is widely regarded as one of Formula 1′s most creative and experienced photographers. A multi award winner, he has been the chosen photographic partner of JA on F1 since its inception in 2009 and a great supporter of the site. The exhibition features many stunning images of Sebastian Vettel, Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso and others in action at many of last year’s Grands Prix. The artwork More…

Posted on July 28, 2010

This is a JA on F1 exclusive in collaboration with F1 photographer Darren Heath – it is the photograph of the controversial Red Bull front wing, which was seen by a couple of teams over the weekend. Rival engineers believe that the wing is flexing more than the rules allow and giving Red Bull a downforce advantage. There was a lot of discussion about this wing in Germany. Darren got a hunch at Silverstone, but couldn’t get the right angle on the cars. He researched it and then in Hockenheim he was able to get lower and set up a More…

Posted on April 6, 2010

The Malaysian Grand Prix was a weekend of sunshine, heavy showers and quick decisions. Sebastian Vettel called his Red Bull team mate Mark Webber “Pokerface” after his risky call on intermediate tyres in qualifying gave him pole, but the German had the last laugh on race day when he slid down the inside of Turn 1 and won the race, putting himself at the heart of the championship battle. Relive some of the beauty of the event with these stunning images from top F1 photographer and JA on F1 collaborator Darren Heath. Look out for a great shot of Massa More…

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